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Sleep Medicine


We have multiple Board Certified physicians who diagnose and treat a broad spectrum of sleep disorders. Our sleep specialists provide evaluation and treatment for the following sleep-related conditions:

Please note: We do not offer on-site Sleep Studies in our offices. We evaluate each patient prior to sending them to a third-party facility (or Sleep Center) depending on insurance. There are different types of studies that are offered such as; At-Home or Titration (In-Lab) Studies. Once studies are completed, our office will call you with the results of the diagnosis and treatment options.

Sleep-Related Movement Disorders

Sleep Bruxism

A condition when you grind your teeth a lot - particularly at night when you're asleep. 

Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (PLMD)

Involves repetitive limb movements that may disrupt sleep.

Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

Also called Willis-Ekbom disease, is a disorder that causes a strong urge to move.

Sleep Leg Cramps

Intense feelings of pain in the leg or foot. The cramps occur without you being able to control them.

Sleep Starts

Sudden, brief jerks of your body as you fall asleep. These jerks mainly affect your arms and legs.

Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders

​Central Sleep Apnea

A breathing abnormality that happens during sleep. There are pauses in breathing caused by signaling problems in the brain.

​Complex Sleep Apnea

A form of sleep-disordered breathing in which central apneas persist or emerge when obstructive events have disappeared with PAP therapy.

​Obstructive Sleep Apnea

A block in airflow, usually caused by the collapse of the soft tissues in the back of the throat and tongue during sleep.

Occurs when something restricts your airflow during sleep. Loud or long-term snoring increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, and other health problems.


Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (UARS)

This happens when the soft tissue in your throat relaxes and doesn’t allow proper airflow while you sleep.

Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders

Advanced Sleep-Phase Disorder

Occurs when you fall asleep several hours before a normal bedtime. As a result, you also wake up hours earlier than most people in the morning.

Delayed Sleep-Phase Syndrome

Trouble keeping a normal sleep schedule with your bedtime and rise time, and occurring much later than the usual desired time.

Irregular Sleep-Wake Rhythm

When you struggle with wakefulness during conventional sleeping hours and sleepiness during the daytime. 

Jet Lag (Time Zone Change Syndrome)
It can make you feel out of sorts due to an abrupt change in your body’s internal clock or circadian sleep rhythms.


Non-24-Hour Sleep-Wake Disorder

People with sleep times that are out of alignment and sleep patterns do not follow the “normal” sleep times at night.

Shift Work Sleep Disorder (SWSD)
Commonly affects those who work non-traditional hours, outside the typical 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. work 


Idiopathic Hypersomnia

An uncommon sleep disorder that is associated with excessive daytime sleepiness despite the adequate quantity and normal quality of sleep at night.

Insufficient Sleep Syndrome

Trouble keeping a normal sleep schedule with your bedtime and rise time, and occurring much later than the usual desired time.

Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS)

When you have periods of severe sleepiness alternating with periods of normal sleep need and wakefulness. 

A neurological disorder affecting the brain’s control of sleep and wakefulness.


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

A type of fatigue that lasts six months or longer and may include muscle aches. 

Drug and Alcohol-Related Sleeping Problems

Associated with medication use, drug abuse, and withdrawal from drugs.

Pregnancy Insomnia

The hormonal changes and physical discomforts associated with pregnancy can affect a pregnant woman's quality of sleep.


Night Terrors

Episodes of screaming, intense fear, and flailing while still asleep. These episodes are often paired with sleepwalking.

REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

When you physically act out vivid, often unpleasant dreams with vocal sounds and movements.

Sleep Hallucinations

Imagined events that seem very real. They are mainly visual. They may also involve your senses of sound, touch, taste, and smell.

Sleep Paralysis
This may cause you to be unable to speak. It can also make you unable to move your arms and legs, body, and head.

Sleep Talking
When you talk out loud during sleep. A listener may or may not be able to understand what you are saying.

When you get up during the night and walk or do other activities. Typically not remember getting up or being engaged in the activities.

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